London Bridge terrorist buried in ancestral village in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

Clay Curtis
December 8, 2019

Usman Khan, the man who stabbed two people to death on London bridge before he was shot dead by police, has been quietly buried in a remote village in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The body of the 28-year-old London Bridge terrorist, who was a British citizen, was flown to Islamabad from London and then handed over to his family on Friday.

Writing on Twitter on Saturday, Mr Merritt said Mr Johnson was taking people for a ride.

He added: "Wake up Britain: this man is a fraud".

Johnson added: "However I nonetheless assume it's improper that some one like Usman Khan, who was sentenced to 21 years ... ought to have been robotically launched on eight years, when the decide, when he was first convicted, made it clear that he was a really severe jihadi". You may think the options open to you in this election are not entirely to your liking.

London Bridge attacker Usman Khan speaking to the BBC in 2008. Me neither, however I'll be voting least worst choice: "anti-Tory".

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On Saturday morning, Merritt mentioned that Corbyn "spoke the reality final night time", including that the information of assault - together with Khan's motivation and what may have been carried out in a different way - is not going to be identified till an inquest is full.

"We don't know why Khan killed, or what, if anything could have been done differently to prevent it. Let's have an enquiry, not a witch hunt". Labour highlighted cuts in the prison and probation services, which, it suggested, had led to a failure of rehabilitation and of monitoring.

"But that makes re-offending more likely, which makes the public less safe". Khan had attended a conference on the reintegration of prisoners when he had attacked graduates of Cambridge University, Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25.

Mr Corbyn said: "What happened on the streets of London was utterly appalling and I was very moved by what Jack Merritt's father said about what his son was trying to do. That he wanted a society where you did address the huge problems where somebody committed terrible acts like that - yes of course you must imprison them, yes you must rehabilitate them if you can".

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